How many organs are supplied at a zero price? (b) how many people die in the government-regulated economy where the government-set price ceiling is p = 0? the quantity qd – qa. the quantity qe – qa. the quantity qd – qe. (c) how many people die in the market-driven economy?
c algae colonies are made up of similar cells that work together
Explanation:parts of living organisms are organized by their function.
A) statistis, testimony, Narrative and examplos
He uses statistis when he mention new names to the list every 16 minute in the need of trasplan, also mention 10 people die each day waiting.
As testimony he mention his 5 year old cousin who survive thanks to a organ doner
Narrative the beautiful poem "To remember me"
Examples he mantion the need of organ around the worl but dont forget cities like Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois
a, c, d
At least one cell.
Not all living thing have tissues or organs. For example, prokaryotic cells don’t have organs.
C. Algae colonies are made of similar cells that work together.
Explanation:They may be large and elaborately interconnected as the Volvox biflagellate algae or smaller and simple as in Sanura. These cells ensemble free-swimming unicellular groups and each cell has flagella as these cells grow they divide log naturally, and the colonies also divide based on growth. They produce asexually by surface cells and become concave before forming a circle.
Living things consists of the organisms like the plants, animals, fungi, protozoa and bacteria. These animals vary in the complexity of the body and have different number of cells in their body. Organisms like the plants and animals are made up of several different kinds of cells. These organisms are called multi-cellular organisms. On the other hand, organisms like the baker's yeast (a fungi) and a plethora of bacteria are single celled organisms. They are called unicellular organisms. Hence we can say that the living things are made up of at least one cell.
Many organs grouped together are called a tissue.
Many types of tissues can combine to form an organ.
Organs can be grouped by their function. These groups are called systems.